to men and women living with HIV/AIDS, helping to educate the young
and not-so-young among the poor as well as among immigrants to our
country, and working to establish peace and justice for all, presents
us with opportunities to reach out and touch the many faces of humanity.
I and II in the south end of Hartford provide housing to those living
with HIV/AIDS. Many volunteers work with a caring staff to provide
quality care and support to residents. Also in the south end is
Jubilee House, a center for learning and sharing that offers ESL
classes, assistance for new refugees and much more. Programs and
services at the House of Bread, in Hartford’s north end,include
a soup kitchen, learning center, permanent and temporary housing,
to name a few.
among other communities of religious women in the Hartford area
finds Sisters of St. Joseph of Chambery and Associates at Trust
House, a family
learning center that serves individuals and families in the Sheldon/Charter
Oak neighborhood. The
Collaborative Center for Justice, Inc. provides resources and
educates members on current social issues and events, in local,
national and world-wide arenas.